PMM recently spoke to Ken Clark, Managing Director at Rotronics, about the seminar he’ll be giving at Mechanex-PMM Live next week.
If you have any questions surrounding 12v batteries in EVs, such as ‘why does the 12v battery not get fully maintained by the EV pack?’ And ‘what can a workshop do to support this?’, then Sandown Park in Surrey is the place to be on the 7th and 8th of November. This is because Ken Clark is giving a seminar at our trade show Mechanex-PMM Live, giving an insight to some industry stats around 12v batteries, namely percentages of tests versus those requiring either charging or replacement in workshops, and the number of batteries that fail at roadside. This is to put some perspective of the opportunity that workshops have, and what equipment they need to support this.
We spoke to Ken all about what he would be discussing at the show, but also why Mechanex is the perfect platform for this:
“It gives technicians and workshop owners a chance to talk to industry experts, and share their knowledge and learnings in an informal environment. It also gives us and technicians the ability to see live demo’s and “try out” new technologies, with them to ask a question there and then. For us it gives us access to a wide mix of companies and automotive contacts that couldn’t be achieved through traditional marketing activities. It also gives us the opportunity to catch up with existing customers (that return year after year) to find out how they are getting along with the equipment we supplied to them. Overall, a fantastic event to network and establish new sales opportunities and growth.”
How do I visit?
Getting to the show couldn’t be easier. The address for the show is:
If you’re coming by car head to the free car park. If you’re coming by public transport, the nearest train station is Esher, a 13 minute walk from the venue.